Yogi Yogi in Buena Park Does Some Seoul Searching With Its Untraditional Korean Menu

Edwin Goei • OC Weekly • July 23, 2015
What do you expect to see when you walk into a Korean restaurant? Galbi? Yes. Kimchi? Absolutely. SPAM®, America's most notorious canned luncheon meat? Not so much. But believe it or not, South Korea is the second-largest consumer of SPAM® in the...
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